Chelsea closed the gap with third placed Leicester City to just one point after beating Manchester City 2-1 on Thursday night.
Since the restart, Leicester City have failed to get a win but Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers insists that he is not worried about qualifying for the Champions League.
Rodgers said: “Those teams have picked up results since they’ve come back and we’ve had two draws, so not ideal.
“But whatever way you want to spin it, we are in the position through ourselves. We are third in the league, in a great position. We have shown right up until 31 games we are worthy of being where we are.
“All the teams we have yet to play in the league we have beaten, apart from Manchester United.
“We will look to go into these games and get back to our level of performance, get that intensity back.”